Sunday, September 25, 2011

A Hispanic member of the Hell's Angels motorcycle club is facing charges including assault with a deadly weapon after a brawl between club members devolved into a gunfight that left one person dead

Police identified the victim of the shooting at John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nevada, as Jeffrey Pettigrew, 51, president of the San Jose, California, chapter of the Hell's Angels. Two other people, both of California and members of the Vagos motorcycle club, were in stable condition at hospitals after being shot in the abdomen and the leg, respectively. Cesar Villagrana, 36, was arrested after surveillance video showed him shooting into the crowd during the melee, Sparks police said in a statement. Besides assault with a deadly weapon, Villagrana also faces charges of carrying a concealed weapon; aiming a firearm at another; aiming or discharging a firearm where a person is endangered; and possession of stolen property/firearm, jail records show. His bail was set at $500,000 cash only.


Anonymous said...

the cancellation of this event is a massive loss of revenue for the local economy ... another blessing of diversity

this will probably be the end of the event for good

Anonymous said...

Fuck the HA !!! Mongols forever Forever Mongols !!!